Adult Group Piano Classes
We're very pleased to offer this group piano class for adults! Participants have the option to take four weeks of training in the foundational elements of music prior to the eight weeks of beginner-level piano. This option is ideal for those who have no prior musical experience. Those who have some prior musical experience can register for eight weeks of beginner-level piano study.
All participants will learn how to quickly identify music notation within beginner level two-handed piano music.
We hope you'll join us for what is sure to be a fun and educational experience!
- When: Foundations of Music (12-week session) begins September 17 | 6-7 p.m.
- Where: Stetson University, Presser Hall Room 200
- Class options:
- 12-week course: $115
- 8-week course: $75
Not sure which option is right for you? Email the Community School of Music office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet your Instructor!
Nicole Lemoine earned a Master of Music degree in piano pedagogy from Kansas State University, where she studied piano with Dr. Slawomir Dobrzanski and piano pedagogy with Dr. Virginia Houser. Her graduate research focused on including improvisation in the private piano lesson as well as developing piano curriculum and music assessments. While at Kansas State, Nicole taught group piano classes and collaborated with instrumentalists and vocalists. Nicole also holds a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Stetson University (DeLand, Florida), where she studied extensively with Dr. Michael Rickman. Nicole maintains a private studio here in the central Florida area and is also an Adjunct Professor of Music at Seminole State College, where she teaches class piano and courses in Music Appreciation and the History of Rock and Roll.